|On the obverse side of the coin is a stylized euro symbol, with the upper part of the design featuring sections of a globe and a map of Europe (to represent Národná banka Slovenska’s membership of the Eurosystem) and the lower part depicting a chart. On the right-hand side are seven stars and on the left-hand side is the national emblem of the Slovak Republic. The country names “SLOVENSKO” is written next to the right edge of the design and to the left of the name is the year “2014”. Below the chart are the stylised initials of the designer of the obverse side, PhDr. Kliment Mitura.|
The reverse side depicts the NBS logo together with a double cross, all set against a decorative background. In the upper part of the coin is the inscription “NÁRODNÁ BANKA SLOVENSKA” and along the lower edge is the denomination “10 EURO”. The years “1993” and “2013” appear on either side of the denomination. The mintmark of the Kremnica Mint, “MK”, is set between depictions of two dies, while the stylised initials of the reverse side’s designer, Mgr. art. Roman Lugár, are written in the lower part of the coin.